Community Recovery Plan consultation As you are aware we have asked yourselves and partners what they think are the key issues that have arisen from the pandemic to date. We have now looked at this feedback and revised the community recovery plan accordingly. We are now asking residents what are their main concerns and at […]
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The following information has come from the Area Co-Ordinator for Arthritis Action which offers hands-on, practical help for people with arthritis to improve their quality of life whilst living with the condition. Their services have been adapted to support people dealing with their arthritis in these difficult circumstances, including setting up a new online support […]
The Parish Council has received a Planning Application for the removal of the existing Payphone in each Village. This is a further attempt by BT to remove uneconomic Payphones, the last attempt being received in 2019. The Parish Council will again OBJECT to this Application on the following grounds: The mobile network coverage in […]
The following statement has been received from North Yorkshire Police: “Over the three months from April to June our traditional demand (crime, road collisions, missing persons , mental health etc etc etc) has gone down approximately one third. For Harrogate that’s a reduction from about 4500 calls to 3000 calls a month. This has been […]
Harrogate Round Table has worked with Harrogate Borough Council, North Yorkshire County Council and trusted local charities to provide this helpful guide to local support available now in and around Harrogate.
North Yorkshire County Council are asking their residents to complete a short survey to help them to understand how people have been supporting others in the area they live, and whether they feel that coronavirus has helped bring communities together. They asked 500 people, 86% said they had helped a neighbour during the COVID-19 pandemic […]
30 households joined in the Bank Holiday fun and made scarecrows, from Harry Potter to Jaws, the Hungry Caterpillar to Strictly Bickerton. There were some fantastic entries, using bags of imagination with hard work involved. A video has been made showing them all and you can find it on YouTube at the following link https://youtu.be/j44_mk2ZAj4 […]
Bickerton residents got into the spirit of the day and homes were decorated with bunting and flags with a celebration tea, held at 4pm in front gardens and following the 2m distancing rule. There is a short montage with music on our Facebook page “Bilton-In-Ainsty with Bickerton Parish Council”, beautifully presented by a Bickerton resident. […]
As the Coronavirus epidemic continues to disrupt the Parish Council’s normal operations, Councillors will hold the Annual General Meeting of the Council using video conferencing. Any local resident who wishes to make a statement or ask a question, can do so by emailing it to , so that it can be considered for inclusion in the […]